Fertility clinics in the Czech Republic have very professional doctors & fertility experts with experience in thousands of various IVF operations. IVF centers in the Czech offer various kinds of fertility diagnosis and treatment, such as male and female infertility treatment, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization, sperm donation, egg donation, embryo donation, and other services.
Medications, pretests and additional procedures not included.
Please note that ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY based on your unique needs.
Average price of standard IVF with ovarian stimulation:
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Be sure to check out IVF packages and other special offers from fertility clinics.
The Czech Republic, officially the Czech Republic, is a country in Central Europe.
It gained independence on January 1, 1993 as the successor state of Czechoslovakia, before which it existed as one of the two republics of the Czechoslovak federation. It also builds on more than a thousand years of history of Czech statehood and culture.
According to its constitution, the Czechia is a parliamentary, democratic state governed by the rule of law with a liberal state regime and a political system based on the free competition of political parties and movements.
The Czechia continues the tradition of statehood in Great Moravia, dating back to the 9th century. Since the time of Charles IV. (1348) also used the term of the land of the Czech Crown for the lands subject to the Czech king, which term also included the Moravian Margraviate and the Duchy of Upper and Lower Silesia.
From 1526, the Czech lands were gradually integrated into the Habsburg monarchy.
In 1939, the territory of the present-day Czech Republic was occupied by the German army and a puppet protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia was established.
Czechoslovakia was restored in 1945, and since 1960 it has had the official name of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.
Czechoslovakia received a new official name in 1990: the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. Shortly afterwards, at the end of 1992, however, it disappeared and was replaced by two new states, the Czechia and Slovakia.
On 1 January 1993, the Constitution of the Czech Republic entered into force, according to which the preamble continues the new state to the tradition of statehood of Czechoslovakia and the former lands of the Czech Crown.
The Czech Republic is land of castles. The Czechia boasts their highest density. There are more than 2000 of them in such a small country (castles, chateaux and ruins). Prague Castle is the 3. largest castle in the world.
The capital city of Prague, spa towns and national parks attract many tourists every day, both from the Czech Republic and abroad. Few foreigners who have already seen the Czech Republic do not wish to return to it. The surprise of the rich culture and historical atmosphere of some cities is not unique. Although the events of the second half of the last century place it in Eastern Europe, its character remains more in its heart.
Due to the low level of international and domestic conflicts together with the low crime rate, the Czech Republic regularly ranks among the 10 safest countries in the world according to the Global Peace Index.
Czechs consume the most beer per capita worldwide - in 2018 it was 141 liters per capita.